HELL, NO!

HE SAID: I want my kids 50% of the time. SHE SAID: Over my dead body! Be careful what you wish for! Our court system is overloaded with parents who would rather entrust their children’s lives to a perfect stranger in a black robe, rather than figure

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Gray Divorce

“Will you still feed me; will you still need me when I’m sixty-four?” The Beatles tune “When I’m sixty-four,” recorded in 1966, foreshadowed a growing trend of marital instability among Baby Boomers in the United States. Wikipedia defines “gray divorce” as the demographic trend of an increasing

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THE BEAUTY OF COLLABORATIVE LAW

There’s a New Sheriff in town, and that Sheriff is a hybrid. Traditionally, people contemplating Divorce had one choice: each side hires a Family Lawyer and they begin the arduous, expensive, exhausting and sometimes pointless process of litigating Custody, Support, Alimony, Division of Property, etc. in a

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